Cheryl "Sherry" Mae JohnsonCheryl "Sherry" Mae Johnson, 68, passed away at Chris Jensen Nursing Home in Duluth, on Sunday June 2, 2013.
Cheryl "Sherry" Mae Johnson, 68, passed away at Chris Jensen Nursing Home in Duluth, on Sunday June 2, 2013.
Sherry was born in Duluth, on Jan. 26, 1945.
She graduated from Proctor High School in 1963. She was an Executive Secretary for Carlton-Cook-Lake-St. Louis Community Health Board for 30 years.
Sherry was a talented cook who delighted in the preparation and presentation of delicious meals for family and friends. She enjoyed organizing social events that would leave a lasting impression for anyone who attended a party prepared by her. Her days relaxing at the family cabin on Lake Vermilion were special to her, and she enjoyed working in her garden and creating beautiful plant arrangements each season.
Sherry is predeceased by her father, Clarence T. W. Swanson.
Sherry is survived by Paul D. Johnson, her loving husband of 48 years. They were married in Duluth, on Dec. 11, 1964.
Sherry is lovingly remembered by her mother, Thelma Swanson of Duluth; husband, Paul D. Johnson of Duluth; daughter, Tami (Chris) Merry and grandson, Patrick Merry of Coon Rapids, Minn.; son, Chris Johnson and Wendy Graack of Key Largo, Fla., and by many dear friends she has influenced in her lifetime.
MEMORIAL SERVICE: 10 a.m. Saturday, June 22, 2013 in Bauman Funeral Home 501 Main Street Tower, Minn. A luncheon will follow at 12 Noon at the Vermilion Club 3191 Old Highway 77 Tower, Minn.
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